Massive, Rare Fossil Auroch Horn - Over 2.5 Feet Long!


  • This amazing, imposing fossil horn comes from an auroch (Bos primigenius). It is an unbelievable, rare discovery from the bed of the North Sea in Holland. The auroch is the ancestor of all modern cattle, but this prehistoric bovine was much larger.
  • It dates back to the Pleistocene Epoch - 40,000 years ago - the era of great Ice Age mammals. This spectacular horn is very solid and has fossilized extremely well. Not only is this fossil rare and fascinating from a scientific standpoint, it also makes a spectacular one-of-a-kind display piece. 
  • Measures 78 cm (30.75 inches / 2.56 feet) from end to end, following the curve. The circumference at the back of the horn is 39.3 cm (15.5 inches). Width at skull is 31.5 cm (12.5 inches). Weighs 7.75 kilograms (17 lbs).


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